Scripture focus: “O Clap your hands, all ye people; shout unto God with the voice of triumph. For the Lord most high is terrible; he is a great king over all the earth. He shall subdue the people under us, and the nations under our feet. He shall choose our inheritance for us, the Excellency of Jacob whom He loved.” (Psalm 47; 1-4)
We all know that there are wars raging on the other side of the world. There is the war on crime, poverty and family violence that is being fought on our shores, but there is a third war that needs to be waged and won on the inside of each one of us.
AFTER successfully pulling off the recent “Da Crazy Praise Party”, gospel artist Maurice “DJ Godson” Fawkes has turned his attention to preparations for the upcoming Gospel Fest.
Proverbs 4:23 (KJV) provides us with very important advice. It states, “Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life.”
• Forever: A Night of Worship
Whether we are alive or dead, we belong to God and nothing can separate us from God, not even death. Death is best seen as a door through which we go into a new and larger dimension of life with God.
This Sunday, Hope Centre Ministries is celebrating 12 years of bringing the gospel to the people in a “down to earth” manner which sets them apart from many local churches.
Something big is happening on the gospel music scene, as a new professional academy for artists from all over the region was officially launched this week.
For those going through a time in their life where they need to be comforted and encouraged, Miracle Life Ministries believes its one-night Prophetic Revival is the perfect event.
What has 21st century ministry evolved into? We have moved on so far from where the Church once was during the Apostolic era with Paul, Peter, James and John. It is imperative that we return back to the discarded values of the past, and quickly!
There is some misunderstanding about the meaning of Agape love among believers.
How kind are we as a people? How kind are you as an individual?
The Bahamas Mothers’ Club is holding its first service of thanksgiving this Sunday.
The purpose of Lent is to renew and strengthen our spiritual lives. The Church makes ample opportunity for us to do this; there is an increase in spiritual opportunities that are tailor-made for the season.
It is conceivable that there are persons who are grappling with various challenges at this time (illness, finances, relationships, employment, et cetera.) This is the reality of life’s journey.